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of the words spoken openly back then we find offensive today. the mississippi delta is nearly 2,000 miles from the hollywood hills where ray grew up and now works as a filmmaker. it's a lifetime away from the phoenix neighborhood where yvette johnson is raising her boys, and yet a year ago, these two strangers, both bent on unraveling personal family mysteries, discovered they shared a unique bond. >> living now in greenwood -- >> it was a bond rooted in a 1966 nbc news documentary about race relations in mississippi. >> the people in other sections of the country are thoroughly convinced that we are prejudiced against colored people on account of the color of their skin. >> reporter: the unvarnished views expressed by white mississippians who felt their life was under attack sounds shocking today. >> i feel there was a racist effort. i am so proud of being them, they are what got made them. i am proud of being white because i am white because my parents practiced segregation. >> reporter: the man behind the camera was ray's father, frank, and the unlikely hero of that film was yvette's grandf
on their calendar. hold on. >>> the great state of mississippi is a seriously conservative, seriously republican place. republican governor phil bryant won there last year with 60% of the vote. republicans control most of the statewide offices in mississippi. democrats don't even bother fielding candidates for all the statewide offices in mississippi anymore. republicans also control both chambers of the legislature which means whatever governor bryant wants to put on his conservative republican agenda the legislature is essentially there just to say, go. and a lot of that agenda, the mississippi republicans like to wrap up in the mantle of free enterprise. like when governor bryant signed the small business regulatory flexibility act. he said he wanted no business to shy away from expanding or locating in our state because of burdensome mandates. that's how mississippi republicans like to be known, as the guys who will do away with burdensome mandates. the same time, mississippi republicans are very much in the business of burdensome mandates as long as the burden falls on folks they would very
. mississippi, despite the governor's opposition to the lot, is going ahead with the exchange. earlier i sat down with bill brian and i asked him why his state is going ahead. >> it's a unique situation. we have an electedcommissioner of insurance here in the state of mississippi. a good friend of mine. we just fundamentally disagree with secretary sebelius, i'm sorry to say that we would be setting up an insurance exchange. when we first started, we were all for it. we were thinking about a private-based insurance exchange that would help small businesses come together and try and low lower their cost of insurance. that has now evolved into what i believe is a caveat for obamacare into the state of mississippi that could lead to some 300,000 mississippians on medicaid. gerri: at the end of the day, it looks like, correct me if i'm wrong, misissippi could be ultimately on the hook for fun and a lot of that want once we get through the first year of obamacare. >> of course, we will. there's never been a program that they will take control of. the state and switch idea coming we have $20 milli
showing the fiery aftermath of a plane crash in mississippi. >> the real story between the young man and the voice of elmo and what it could mean for the puppeteer's future with "sesame street." >> and a woman caught breaking >> and a woman caught breaking the ♪ ♪ no two people have the same financial goals. pnc works with you to understand yours and help plan for your retirement. visit a branch or call now for your personal retirement review. >>> we're following a developing story in mississippi tonight. a small plane crashed into a house in jackson, mississippi. that set off a huge fire. at least one person got out of that house with only minor injuries. it is not clear whether anyone else was inside. a plane had just taken off and the pilot asked for permission to return to the airport. police have not released the conditions of the three people on board the plane. >> the underaged sex allegations against elmo puppeteer kech clash are put to rest tonight. the 23-year-old man who initially claimed he was 16 years old when he had a relationship with clash has taken his story bac
in august. he he has had five d why convictions in mississippi three in alabama and three in virginia. -- he has had five dui convictions and the mississippi, three and alabama and three into the virginia. >> hundreds gathered in germantown for the candlelight vigil for 15-year-old christina ward. she died last wednesday after a car hit her as she crossed germantown road. >> there is a cause and i am here for that cause. my doctor was made in example. >> thousands have signed the position -- the petition. >> an electrical fire in an arundel county. -- in anne arundel county. a 75-year-old man was rushed to the medical center. >> next, a look at how celebrities went -- were during fusion right on dancing with the stars. >> 4:53 right now. off to a cold start this morning. >> the coldest one of the season so far. plenty waking up to temperatures below the freezing mark. freeze warning in effect for the match area. those of you that are not included in those counties highlighted there, that is because you already rose yesterday morning. 27 at dulles. 35 at reagan national. 28 in culpeper. and
to do something about it. this is my message to the client deniers, the mississippi is drying up. that huge liver that has exhibited--that huge river that has existed for millions of years is disappearing. it can't be put much plainer than that. rich, chewy caramel rolled up in smooth milk chocolate. don't forget about that payroll meeting. rolo.get your smooth on. also in minis. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> jennifer: so what does a tiny resort on the great lakes and that barge on the mississippi and a loaf of bread and a tiny pacific island have in common? to answer that question let's take a trip along the mighty mississippi river and it's tributaryies. so let's start up north in michigan, which is a beautiful little vacation community on the shore of one of the greatest lakes in the history of mankind in my opinion lake michigan. owning three marinas right now they can only open up right now because water levels are at historic lows. right now lake michigan is two feet below it's average. why? because of record drought after last summer's record-breaking heat. it's not just the gr
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that rain diving down through the mississippi valley. otherwise, it looks like a pretty nice monday. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. as i mentioned, we do have cold temperatures. here in new york, temperatures down to the 30s. you really feel for anyone trying to stay in their homes as we go throughout this very cold period post-sandy. so veronica, the bottom line is this storm will probably be 0.01 the damage of sandy, but not what we needed. >> democracy plaza is looking pretty good. >> it's looking very good. once we get close to the 270 number, it's going to be magical. >> democracy plaza is taking over the iconic rockefeller center. it's the place to watch the votes be counted for president of the united states. you can check it out on the web. if you are in the new york city area, come on down. be sure to come down to democracy plaza in rockefeller center. look at that. it's gorgeous. >>> we're going to have major updates on the recovery efforts for those in hurricane sandy's path. >>> plus, one of the most accurate pred
the market decide is the best thing to do. >> what is the where are you from. >> mississippi, whoa, whoa, dead last in per-capita income. you were costing the federal government $20 billion. that is, you know what, i think we're going to have to let the market decide. >> and if that's the case, we need to take a hard look at which divisions of america are succeeding and which are failing, because what was that delaware. >> if it's not working, you have to end it, it's got to go. >> exactly. so let's do this. >> let's talk about the bottom line, south carolina is taking way more in government funding than they are paying back in tax. >> that's not good is it. >> you're in the red. >> yeah. >> so what do we do. >> cut government expenses, why don't we try that. >> so are you blaming the boss. >> huh? >> one of auditinged, 49 anxious states to go. >> nervous. >> a little bit. >> because i see you sweating. >> yeah. >> you anticipating bad news in this conversation. >> no, not really. >> well, you're about to get some. wisconsin is failing. you are taking in more than you're giving back. >>
in mississippi. >> jon: i remember that. >> and even the people of mississippi rejected that position. >> jon: well, romney also rejected that position as well. >> well-- the president calls it romnesia. i have my own, what i call mittology. >> jon: slunt all that be my job, shouldn't i be one the one thinking up these very clever things. but how about that, you guys do that-- let me just go right to the law. (laughter) dow consider-- i find that it seems like president obama is not seemingly the head of the democratic party in the way that, let's say-- he is big on separation of-- he hassle vated the legislative power, to some extent. >> well, it is a question of shared values. what is it we are there to do. it's to the about having a job, it's about doing the job for the american people. >> jon: right. >> and when we were there and he was in-- when we were in the majority with the president, we were able to accomplish a great deal for the american people. when the republicans came in they said that the president never, this does never work for you because that is when we're going to work wi
. >> jennifer: that's former mississippi governor haley barbour, defending his con trover shall decision to hand down 200 pardons. i too am a strong believer in second chances, and when i was governor of michigan i issued orders for nearly 200 which is the state record. toni bunton is one of the people i felt deserved a second chance. she spent more than 16 years behind bars for her part in a drug deal that ended in murder but in 2009 after a lot of deliberation i decided to free toni from her 25 to 50-year sentence. and tonight toni is joining us from detroit. toni welcome inside "the war room." >> thank you for inviting me. >> jennifer: so tell us what have you been doing since your sentence was commuted? >> i graduated from the university of michigan with a master's degree in women's studies. i work for a nonprofit organization in detroit that provides after-school programs for girls, and ged classes for woman, and i work as a community organizer in southwest detroit, and i plan to go to law school. >> jennifer: all right. so no incidents, nothing has hand that
the ocean shore. the ohio then shall glide by many a town of note, and where the mississippi stamy forest shaded now runs weeping on, cities shall grow, and states, not less in fame than greece and rome." ( music ) ( music ) narrator: the east buiing of the national gallery of art in washing d.c.-- built to relieve the heavily- burdened facilities of the original gallery, to house temporary exhibitions, and to serve as a center for advanced study in the visual arts. within these walls, visitors to our nation's capital are drawn in to a very special place where monumental accomplishments of modern masters await discovery. built on a trapezoidal plot of land adjoining the original gallery, the east building is of a unique and radical design, utilizing triangular shapes with large interior spaces. it was a collaborative effort spanning more than ten years. director j. carter brown worked closely with architect i. m. pei in its development. seven works of art were commissioned it was agreed that a specific pieceas needed to animate the unbroken expanse of wall in the central courtyard. but th
for a while. do you miss hockey? was military appreciation night. look at these guys. pensacola, mississippi. unbelievable. these two guys really went after it. stood the fans got into it. military appreciation night. meanwhile, the nhl -- no more scheduled right now. have met seven of the last nine days. got to love hockey. >> does wine hold the key to work -- to looking younger? can help renew you, too? we will talk about the therapy tonight at 11:00. my wintermissed outlook, we put the whole thing the entire story is right there. l see when 11:00. the entire story is right there. l see when 11:00. >> [ knocking ] oh, no, i got to go. oh, can you make that to go? these days, nobody has time to get sick. but miteclinic makes it easy to get well. our nurse e practitioners can diagnose and write prescriptions for everything from strep throat to sinus infections with no appointment necessary, so you can feel better in no time. you guys want to go to the park? yeah! yeah! minuteclinic, the medical clinic in cvs/pharmacy. accepts united heaealthcare benefit plans. fin
in mississippi, where those passengers were headed, it is a sad and ironic story. >>> the man accused of killing sierra lemar is facing new charges this morning. we are live in morgan hill and we will have more about sheets new alleged violent crimes. >> we have more on the rest of your morning commute and the bay area weather. stay tuned for more. . >>> welcome back good morning to you. here is a look at some of the top stories we are following at 6:45. president barack obama is about to make comments about the sex scandal that led to the resignation of general david petraeus. it is beginning at 10:30 this morning. >>> and pg&e trying to finish repairs at san francisco city hall in just about 90 minutes, a third repair crew came through and they had a fire explosion an electrical repair during the night. they had a fire which spread to the rotunda and they are cleaning up a major mess after a water pipe broke in two. about 4 5,000 gallons of water and mud seed down the street yesterday and created quite a mess. a dozen cars were parked on the avenue and had mud up to their wheels. the city park
states in the southeast eastern portion of the united states. mississippi had eight times more racist tweets than the national average. georgia, north dakota, louisiana, tennessee, missouri, west virginia and minnesota all ranked 3 to 4 times above the national average in terms of prevalence of racist tweets among those ten states only minnesota voted for president obama. one woman's racist facebook post got her fired from her job and prompted outrage from her community. >> fired over this twitter post. a screen shot of her facebook page, a page she set to private. >> the "n" word. are you a racest? >> no. i'm not. >> but not only did she use the "n" word she wrote about assassinati assassination, threatening the the president is a felony. she tried to explain her motives. >> the assassination part is harsh. i'm not saying i would go do that or anything like that by any means, but if it was to happen, i don't think i would care. >> she dialled back her language, but the damage had been done. according to the los angeles times, the secret service is investigating the matter. racial hat
in mississippi, goes for mitt romney. a question later ol be state of north carolina. a state that tipped to brack book by slightest of margins, became a red state, then a blew state, could be red tonight, oklahoma goes to mitt romney, picks up 7 ete 7 economy heck -- electoral votes, the president, big surprise, we're not sees that at all as of yet. we're not seeing any senate surprises, bernie sanders in vermont, reelected. that is not a shock, and state went easily for barack obama. delaware home state of vice president, not a shock it goes for democrats as is the case, states we are watching closely are the battle ground states, like virginia, like florida, melissa frances is in tampa, with the read from what is going to there. melissa, how does it look? >>, neil, i have been outside this polling place, in tampa, in hillsboro county, i would say here, we have seen quite a bit of romney support here. we did see it close here just a short time ago, the last voter went through. and this is the county really that is considered crucial to the state of florida, there is this i-4 core doar t
does the gentleman from mississippi seek rec mission? >> mr. speaker, i move to suspend the rules and pass bill h.r. 6586, to extend the application of certain space launch provisions through 2014. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 6586, a bill to extend the application of certain space-launched liability provisions through 2014. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from mississippi, mr. palazzo, and the gentleman from illinois, mr. costello, each will control 20 minutes and the chair at this time recognizes the gentleman from mississippi. plazzplazz mr. speaker, i ask -- plasplas mr. speaker, i ask -- mr. palazzo: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members have five days to extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 6586, the bill now under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. palazzo: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. palazzo: i want to begin by thanking members for their
crashes into a mississippi home causing it to burst into flames. look at this inferno. it's not yet known what caused that small plane to crash. authorities say it must have been having some problems. you can see emergency crews on the ground there. smoke rising from site of the crash. three people on board were killed. >>> new tonight at 11:00, the governing boards of california state university and the university of california have heeded pleas from governor jerry brown to postpone proposed tuition increases. they were intended to improve graduation rates and free up classroom seats by charging a quote super senior fee. governor brown says costs must be controlled and not passed along to the students. >>> it will be warmer out there tomorrow. we have changes coming for the latter half of the week. rain back in the forecast for the weekend. i'll have details coming up. [ female announcer ] welcome, one and all, to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor. a feeding frenzy, to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever
into monday, pam. >> thank steve. >>> -- thank you, steve. >>> a plane crashed into a home in mississippi causing a huge fire. where was it headed is an ironic swift to a story -- twist to the story. >>> and a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 21, stay tuned. . >>> time now 4:52, we are learning a small plane that crashed in miss my were on their way to an faa safety conference. they left shortly after take off and never made it. all three pile lots were killed. one person in the house did manage to escape the burning home with minor injuries. >>> investigators now know where two poisonous mushrooms in an elder care facility came from. the caretaker at the home had into no idea mushrooms had sprouted after recent rains. the cook used those in assume. two died, and four others including the caretaker were sent to the hospital. >>> they say where you carry your cell phone could affect you. many are using their bras as holsters. she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the able of 2 is. the location of the tumors matched where she carried her cell phone. nobody should carry
south, mississippi, he got 10%. a lot of his problem and there's nothing wrong with talking about it is in the south. it's just the historic problem the democratic party white or black candidates have this problem. they're just having a tough time. >>> the battle for hillary's job is getting hot. it's the first big decision president obama has to make. it looltion it's between john kerry and u.n. ambassador susan rice. will the president go with the 2004 presidential candidate or his apparent favorite? >>> also a report on the latest in the fighting that i think could lead to a war with iran. >>> talk about the gop's woman problem. in story county, nevada, republican businessman who employs lots of women got elected county commissioner. the things is the woman he em plous is is brothel, the mustang ramp. this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart
south mississippi he got about 10%. a lot of his problem is in the south. it's just the historic problem the democratic party, white or black candidates have this problem having a tough time. also the battle for hillary's job. it's getting hot. it's the first big decision president obama has to make since his re-election. it looks like it's between john kerry and u.n. ambassador susan rice. will the president go with the 2004 presidential candidate or his apparent favorite? and a report from gaza and the latest on the fighting there that i think could lead to a war with iran. this might be the first stage of that war. talk about the gop's woman problem. in story county, nevada, a republican businessman who employs lots of women just got elected commissioner. the thing is he employs lots of women. it's a brothel. [ male announcer ] when these come together, and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. delicious and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> another victory fo
percent of the college grauds can't afford it mississippi state, he gets 2.5 million and a fifth of the population of the state is unemployed and in poverty. i don't know how you can do that and squeeze the middle class students. >> mike as you may had well know is the czar of forbes magazine if you cut the salaries of the coaches, will it increase or lower tuition. ni think john is right. it would increase it. but measure ceo performance look at kelley in dame dame. he notre dame. and like derec dooly of tennessee earns the same as chemy and their team is terrible. he's not generating the revenue. but you have to look at what john said. a lot of times, people make donations to the school. like if you want to buy season tickets to the basketball or football program, you have to make huge donations to the school. they fund other programs beside football. we'll hear from a princeton grad. what do you think, steve? >> you have to pay for talent in sports and in business the real reason college costs are going up is the bloat of the administrative costs and scott brown in massachuset
issue at the university of mississippi, and we've got a couple of tapes, one from september 30 of 162 and one from september 22. the first one obviously 292nd with ross barnett. who is he? >> he's governor the mississippi. he's in a tight spot because he's fanned the flames of segregation, thinking he's an ardent segregationist. his political base was based on that. but the crisis had forced everyone's hand, including president kennedy's. james meredith, a young african-american has decided -- and a veteran -- has decided to enroll at ole miss, the university of mississippi, and fascinatingly he was inspired to do this by listening to the inaugural address of john f. kennedy, which was an irony in this situation, because the civil rights movement was not at the top of the list of the agenda of the new frontier, as john f. kennedy came into office. he and his team were really focused on foreign policy. they cared a lot about freedom abroad. but they didn't focus as intently on the differing definitions of freedom for different kinds of americans at home, and it took some time for that
. if the gentleman from mississippi has no more speakers, i'm prepared to close. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserve his time? mr. mccaul: i reserve my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from mississippi. mr. thompson: i yield such time as he may consume to the author of the underlying measure being considered, the gentleman from texas, mr. cuellar. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. cuellar: thank you, mr. speaker. i thank mr. thompson for the leadership that you have provided on this piece of legislation and other legislation that's so important for the security of our nation. i certainly want to thank also chairman peter king also and, of course, my good friend, michael mccaul, chairman mccaul, for being one of the original co-sponsors, along with mr. farenthold. a new member from the bounceville area, mr. faleomavaega, who always worked in a bipartisan way. the jamie zapata, this 915, has received bipartisan support in may when it was first passed by the house. it was overwhelmingly supported by the house. both democrats and repu
into mississippi, and it was 18 in northern michigan. officially at bwi marshall, temperatures around 30 degrees at the airport, and then we finished with a high of 48. we are going to continue to see these below-normal temperatures. 47 at the inner harbor. if you are going out this evening, already down to 39 in manchester. the mountains, they have had temperatures below freezing for a large part of the day. it is only 30 in oakland and just barely around freezing. pper 30's downtown overnight, like north wins. nationwide, it is an unusually tame weather pattern. no big storms to be found in the lower 48 right now. a little clipper up in canada, no real threat to us. a threat off the coast, not really a threat except maybe a spotty shower down in central florida. this into the ohio valley is trying to work into the front. may be an area of low pressure is trying to form along the coast, but even if it does, most of the computer models keep the rain off of the coast. the sprinkle could work its way up into ocean city, but other than that, that system's days away, and high pressure continues to r
are fighting back against plans to open thanksgiving night. a plane crash sparked a massive fire in mississippi. what happened moments before the what happened moments before the >> > officials are trying to determine what caused a small plane to crash inside -- into a home last night. and one person escape the house with minor injuries, but it is unknown whether others were inside. officials say three people on the plane died in the crash. just after takeoff the pilot asked for permission to return to the airport. scary moments for a member of the zero well -- orlando magic stunt team. she balop the shoulders of another member of the squad. -- she fell off the shoulders of another member of the squad. she apparently landed head first. it took several minutes to stabilize hurt and get her on to the gurney. she waved to the crowd. she separate three vertebrae fractures and broken ribs but is expected to recover. still to come, the latest retail numbers are out, and it is not good. i experts say sales were down last month. prove premeditation can do more than just help your mind. >> as you look a
the mississippi highway patrol. more than a thousand utility crews from as far away as california and canada are being staged at citi field, home to the new york mets. >> we're in hand to hand combat. we are just going block to block putting up facilities that have been damaged by those winds and/or the floods. >> reporter: john is in charge of power restoration for new york's largest electric company. con ed has restored power to 800,000 customers but have 150,000 to go before a coastal storm sweeps in mid week. >> it may slow down the troops that are out there doing restoration. >> reporter: on new jersey's long beach island, homeowners, including this woman, were finally allowed to check the damage. damage. >> the bottom fell out, so we were lucky that the house is still standing. we had seen pictures of the house, so we knew it had been badly damaged, but still seeing it is painful. >> reporter: meanwhile, the gas lines could get longer. the nor'easter could knock out power to some of the pumps that's just been restored. jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. >> with that nor'easter on its way
made a super pac backing president obama. our next call from florida in mississippi. on our line for republicans. mitt romney?rt calle caller: i did. my family and i were very disappointed -- we were pricing and pricing that god would datage -- we were praying would change our country. and we are born to have the same that we had the last four years. i biggest concern is that when obamacare kicks in for me, i make minimum wage, and i cannot afford to buy health care. if i do not have it i am going to pay a huge fine. so i am afraid i am going to have to quit my job. and i did not sleep at night because i am worried. i am concerned. a lot of people are going to be in the same situation. and no one ever hears from us. host: that is flora. lead editorial this morning in a the wall street journal. hope over experience. president obama 11 of the narrower reflections in modern times tuesday. eking out a second term with a fraction of a 7.3% margin of 2008. given that second presidential term, they are rarely better than the first, this is best described as the voters doubling down on h
lengths to keep a cat. >> can you spot what's wrong with this mississippi road sign? we'll be right back. the red cross to help the victims of hurricane sandy. you can donate this morning du from . >>> cbs 5 is partnering with the red cross to help the victims of hurricane sandy. you can donate this morning during our special telethon from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. a number of local celebrities will be on hand to answer all of your calls. so call in and donate. we'll be right back. >>> high-def doppler radar picking up rain in far northern california just off the coast paying a visit to the bay area a little later on. we'll talk about that coming up. >> checking some of our time- saver traffic cameras across the bay area, looks like they opened a couple of more lanes across the golden gate bridge. we just saw the lane trucks drive past. san mateo bridge problem-free. much more traffic and the commute coming up. >>> the mississippi department of transportation has a big mistake on their hands. something is just not quite right with the turn sign here. notice the backwards n there? they say a co
won the majority of the white vote. the share of the white vote in alabama, he got 15. in mississippi, he got 10. a's not like there have been lot of stories in the past three weeks -- the "washington post" did a story on the race gap in voting it. ap released a poll about racism in the united states. it is not evenly distributed problem around the country. there are places where race is a lot more problems than other places. and there are places where race is not that much of a problem of all. in terms of the problem of race, it is more of a regional problem than a national problem. there are certain places in the country, appalachia, the gulf coast, where race is more of a problem than other places around the country. now, i would like to say a word about the congress. this was a record year for black candidates running for federal office. there were 59 democratic nominees, black democratic nominees to federal office, the house and senate. there were 13 republican nominee should -- nominees for a total of 72. that's the highest it has ever been. how did they do? there were -- there
and transformed mississippi and bam ma. it took time and took a lot of introspection. an entire framework it depends how they ran. >> a conversation is underway as who the prepub can party really is. before you leaf the house this morning let's get your first degree weather update with maria molina. people are waking up with colder temperatures. >> we had a lot of snow and across montana and further south with the rockies picking up over a foot of snow to a strong cold front. parts of the east coast with mild air ahead of it. and west to the northwest. a strong storm system. 61 degrees the high temperature over new york city. above what is typical for this time of the year. 63 degrees will be your high in syracuse. very, very warm for november. as we head to the southeast we will be dealing with a lot of heavy rain across parts of kentucky, tennessee, mississippi and alabama associated with the strong front. 70s across atlanta into new orleans hine the system cold 50 for oklahoma city minneapolis only in the 28 degree range. 24 in far go. still lingering snow showers out there and across
at mississippi. >> he reminds me of eli manning. he can make the throws and keep him in the pocket. has that great charisma about him. >> he compares you to a young eli manning. >> i don't know about that. that's amazing to be compared to somebody like that. so, you know, that's nice. >> we'll have stanford oregon on the late show and cal oregon state is bears jeff tedford coaching for his job. cal is 3-8. >>> ucla jumped out on usc early returning back jonathan franklin nice moving for the runningback. 24-0 in the second. franklin again a 29-yard blast. he had 171 yards. ucla wins 38-28 to win the south division. local product george atkinson ii, irish undefeated now 11-0. as they beat wake forest today 38-0. >>> l soviet unionsu avoiding an upset to beat mississippi 41- 35. >>> this is wisconsin's monta ball. he tied the college football touchdown record with a 7-yard score against ohio state. that's number 78 for his career. buckeyes did win 21-14 to remain unbeaten at 11-0. >>> and nfl the raiders 3 to 5.5-point underdog at home hosting the saints. the saints means a lot of quarter
is in gulfport, mississippi, tonight. >> reporter: just like a lovable pet, dolphins are some of the friendliest animals in the water. but tonight, authorities patrolling the gulf coast are on high alert for attackers responsible for brutally killing them. over the past two weeks, a disturbing sight here on the shores of the gulf. four dolphins found mutilated, either floating in the ocean or washing up on beaches in louisiana, mississippi and alabama. some have been found with bullet holes. one with its tail cut off. another missing its lower jaw. what kind of a person would do this? >> this has to be a person who is really deranged. i mean, no normal person would kill senselessly and then mutilate it. >> reporter: the results of the autopsies will determine not just how they died, but whether they were first tortured. the gulf is home to the largest population of dolphins in the united states, which is why the experts fear they could find more victims. >> very, very curious animals and when they come close to boats, you have somebody using them as target practice. >> reporter: and with such a
brigade that defeated a larger force in mississippi three months after shy shy low. in gnat knew -- in the tuition storm missionary ridge and pursued the confederates for hours when no one else did. granlt knew then that sheraton was much like him someone who would ability promptly, fight always, and never quit. with hundreds ever generals that served on both sides of the civil war, the description fit a handful. grant brought sheraton east with him when president lincoln appointed grant general and chief of all union forces. sheraton's first command was a cavalry corp. of the army during the overland campaign. union cavalry had improved a lot since the beginning of the war, but it was still being used primarily for scouting, guarding wagon training with, and patrolling picket lines. sheraton was determined to change that. with grant's blessings, he forged the karl i are corp. to an independent strike force. on may 1864, the troopers overwhelmed jeb stewart cavalry, stewart was wounded in the battle and died the next day. it was another hard blow to the confederacy. coming almost
houston to jackson, mississippi. showers and thunderstorms around new orleans, little rock, memphis and louisville. a chilly morning in daytona beach, jacksonville and tallahassee. lake-effect snow in michigan and update new york. >> mostly 30s in the midwest. 17 in fargo, 20 in minimal police. 70s in miami. >>> coming up, new york's transit system is still not 100% but commuters will see a big change today. >>> and cyber monday, millions of us logging on today and crooks will be, too. cybergangs. that's the new threat online but there are some ways we'll tell you about to protect yourself. >>> and taking it all over, a big show of selflessness from two nfl cheerleaders. >>> welcome back, everyone. as we mentioned earlier, the big weekend for shopping isn't over yet. today is cyber monday which has been the biggest day for online sales. but shoppers already put a record friday with more than $1 billion in purchases online. still comscore is predicting online sales of another 1.5 billion, with a 20% increase over last year. >>> and use of mobile devices was up for shopping this weeke
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